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Mr Diy car care products, are they good ?


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16 hours ago, sncoem said:

Hi,

have you tried the Mr Diy shops car care products, and do you think that they are good ?

because they are very cheap and seem interesting.

what do you think ?

thank you.

On the way out of Tesco this morning I walked into Mr. DIY. Yes things look cheap, should be OK for you to buy.

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I think you get what you pay for, and I have bought a lot of stuff from there......😆

 

Mind you, I bought a cheap 79bht 2" wide belt for my jeans at Mr.DIY, when I got home I was gob smacked to find it was actually leather......😯

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I bought some cheap tyre cleaning foam from Mr DIY.

 

Looked OK but turned out to be rubbish. Makes foam which disappeares and leaves tyres looking the same. The Tesco brand works a whole lot better.

 

Other stuff bought from there has been ok.

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26 minutes ago, transam said:

I think you get what you pay for, and I have bought a lot of stuff from there......😆

 

Mind you, I bought a cheap 79bht 2" wide belt for my jeans at Mr.DIY, when I got home I was gob smacked to find it was actually leather......😯

I bought an Aluminium ladder that was usually sold for 1,700 baht.

At the counter than the surprise. They gave me a 400 baht discount. 

 

The tools I've bought there were always of good quality. 

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The car care stuff I have bought from Mr. D.I.Y. that worked include:

 

Small bottle of windshield anti-rain conditioning.

Plastic anti-fog and rain films for wing mirrors.

Blue additives for the window wash bottle.

Small aerosol cans of cabin deodorizer.

Large aerosol cans of air conditioning foam-type cleaners.

 

I haven't bothered with their shampoo, waxes, foam tire cleaners, foam engine cleaners and the like. I get that from Big C or Amorn.

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Can't be ar..ed with DIY. Local guy does inside, outside, underneath, clean, wax, tyres...the lot Bht 200.

But other stuff I have bought at Mr DIY seem just about OK, but no idea how long tools will last, depending on use.

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I was surprised how cheap their color in spray cans was. 

 

  But when I used one of them, it was empty in no time. 

 

 Some stuff is great, some isn't. You can't have it all. 

 

All in all, a pleasure to see so many things I often use in one place. 

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